We are pleased to announce the appointment of senior transport infrastructure specialist and transformational leader, Arthur Stamatoudis to Corview. He joins the Corview team to lead the Strategy and Planning and Project Development streams in Queensland.
Arthur is highly regarded in the industry and has been instrumental in the planning and delivery of some of Queensland’s highest profile transport infrastructure projects. Having worked in senior executive roles in Queensland Rail and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, and in management consulting, he brings the experience to successfully lead teams, deliver strategic outcomes, and drive results for our clients.
We are also delighted to welcome experienced project director, Konrad Litfin who has also joined our Brisbane operations to provide strategic advice across our Commercial & Delivery Management stream.
These appointments further strengthen Corview’s team and recognise the company’s continued growth and industry experience.
Arthur has over 20 years’ experience in transport infrastructure planning, procurement and delivery. Arthur has a track record of leading positive change within organisations for transport infrastructure projects and programs. Most recently, in his role as General Manager for Major Projects at Queensland Rail, Arthur was instrumental in the development of the $800 million European Train Control Systems Program, including ETCS – Inner City Project currently in procurement, and was the organisation lead for all major rail projects.
Prior to this role, Arthur managed the planning for Queensland’s largest passenger rail project (Cross River Rail) and led the development of the alternative Bus and Train (BaT) project and the Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 2. Arthur also led the integrated transport planning agenda with the development of Connecting SEQ 2031 – An Integrated Regional Transport Plan for SEQ.
Konrad has joined the Corview team to provide specialist services in procurement, commercial, transaction and risk management. He brings an extensive background in the delivery of complex infrastructure, building and resource projects in Queensland and internationally and has delivered projects in excess of $1 billion in remote and diverse locations.
He has specialist knowledge and experience in all aspects of complex multi-disciplinary projects. Konrad’s recent experience includes directing billion dollar mine expansion projects in Queensland and Peru, and program management for Queensland Department of